The health and safety of our clients remains our highest priority, today and always. Even though we requested and received an exemption from the Governor’s Order of 3/19/2020 and have been deemed to play a critical role necessary to sustain life, we will continue to practice social distancing with video and/or phone conferencing to meet with our clients rather than face-to-face meetings, as well as car-side signings.

We are open for business and are here to provide you with the same service as always.

We know this is a sensitive and uncertain time, especially for our elderly clients. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help. If you have any questions on estate planning at any age, long-term care planning, Medicaid, guardianships, estate issues, special needs, or any question on how to improve the quality of life of a senior, please reach out.

We can be reached at (570) 784-5211 or through email at [email protected].

Serving The Community With A Wide Variety Of Legal Practice Areas

While our firm’s legal focus has shifted in recent years, we continue to serve the needs of clients in any way we can. That’s why we still offer some of the same practice areas that have shaped our practice for decades. Keep reading to learn more.

Advice And Representation In Personal Bankruptcy

If you find yourself facing overwhelming debt, you are not alone. Millions of Americans suffer debt issues, often as a result of unexpected medical bills and other unforeseen hardships. While it isn’t right for everyone, personal bankruptcy may be an option to consider. Our firm helps individuals seek debt relief through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.

Unable To Work Due To Disability? We May Be Able To Help.

Not all of us are healthy enough to work until we reach retirement age. If you have paid into Social Security but can no longer work due to a physically or mentally disabling condition, you may want to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. While this process technically does not require the help of a lawyer, it can be very bureaucratic, confusing and frustrating to apply on your own. Therefore, many applicants seek the help of an experienced attorney.

If you unable to work and will not qualify for SSDI (or if you have a disabled minor child in need of assistance), you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income benefits, which has no previous work requirements. For more information on SSDI and SSI, please contact our firm.

Compassionate, Experienced Family Law Attorneys

Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC, is ready to provide sound advice and representation in nearly any family law matter, including divorce, child custody and child support, property division and grandparents’ rights. We work tirelessly to help you seek the outcomes that meet your needs and the needs of your children.

Ready To Pass On Your Business? Let Us Ease The Transition.

Just as we advise clients to have a personal will, we believe you should have a similar plan for your business. You worked hard to build your enterprise, and you need to know that it will be protected in the event of your sudden departure. With the help of our experienced attorneys, you can create a business succession plan that will give you and your colleagues peace of mind.

Discover What We Can Do For You By Scheduling A Consultation

Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC, is based in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, and we serve clients throughout the surrounding areas. To discuss your legal issue and find out how we can help you, call us at 570-798-1084 or fill out our online contact form.